As the planner and designer, I wanted to bring the romance and European feel of the shoot with the airy color palette. Colors of blush, peach, ivory, beige with splashes of pink paired perfectly with the industrial scene while the whimsical floral arrangements had us with major heart emojis!
Beautiful and fun arrangements with palms were the perfect addition to the ceremony's wooden backdrop and the bright windows framing it. The ghost chairs complemented the modern and clean vibe of the shoot. The look of the ceremony was a romantic oasis.
The tablescape was set on one of the beautiful canvas-like walls of the reception. So you know we had to have fun with the colors and floral centerpieces. Resulting in a masterpiece of booming florals on the tablescape and amazing ceiling installation.
The bride wore two gorgeous gowns by designer Amanda James, she says her collection is for those “brides determined to let their love shine”. The ceremony gown included a stunning gold cape with a train, embroidered with hand-beading and floral appliqué. Definitely a show stopper! Then for the reception, the bride wore a beautiful scalloped embroidery gown that included statement puff sleeves, so breathtaking!
The looks were complemented by beautiful and modern handmade earrings and delicate bridal shoes with tiny pearls above and a large silk bow in the back. To add some fun, we added a custom painted pink leather jacket that read “Married AF”.
The groom wore a Friar Tux suit with a statement brown velvet jacket, a fun bow tie, and boutonniere that was a perfect match to the theme.The shoot ended with a beautiful city sunset with images of Pasadena as a backdrop as well as some fun in the alley!